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The FEI suspended Olympic dressage rider Adrienne Lyle and Horizon last month along with Kaitlin Blythe and Don Principe. The horses tested positive for ractopamine, a beta-agonist shown to improve growth performance in pigs.

CAS Lifts Suspensions on Dressage's Horizon, Don Principe

Final decision at later date The Court of Arbitration for Sport issued a stay Monday of the Fédération Equestre Internationale...
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FEI lifts suspension of two US Dressage riders after supplement contamination

FEI Lifts US Dressage Suspensions Due to Supplement Contamination

Adrienne Lyle, Kaitlin Blythe A company's investigation confirming a horse supplement's contamination leads to the FEI lifting the...
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Cargill pulled Soothing Pink Gastric Supplement from the market due to a ractopamine contamination.

Ractopamine found in Soothing Pink Horse Supplement

Gastric Calming Supplement is culprit in FEI suspensions Cargill states a tainted gastric supplement sold under its brand Progres...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

JONI M. GARVIN, Appellant, v. CONNIE TIDWELL, Appellee.

A horse supplement testimonial turned smoking gun in a previously settled legal dispute regarding injuries caused by Buster, a quarter...
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